Growing up, Clarissa had pro-life beliefs, but they didn’t become actualized until her university years. Feeling the need to be more articulate in the pro-life position, she became an active member of the University of Toronto Students for Life club. Through her experiences, she came to understand how crucial it is to have a vibrant pro-life presence on campus. She soon became the president of the club, and with the support of her club members and NCLN, she was able to increase the club’s activity with regular events. She graduated from the University of Toronto with an Honours Bachelor of Science in Human Biology, Psychology, and Bioethics in 2011.
After graduation, she began to volunteer with various pro-life groups, and then began working full-time in the pro-life movement in becoming NCLN’s first Central Campus Coordinator in May 2012. Her main focus is supporting Ontario pro-life campus clubs and empowering their student leaders to effectively promote the pro-life message through NCLN’s resources, regular contact, and in-person visits. She currently works with over 20 campuses across the province.
Contact Clarissa: firstname.lastname@example.org